Back in October 2002, an unknown Soul singer from Atlanta calling himself Cody ChesnuTT released his first album, a raw, unrefined project called The Headphone Masterpiece. The two-CD double album, which contained a total of 36 tracks flowing over the course of 98 minutes, sold few copies and made zero impact on the music charts. But it's brilliance didn't go unnoticed by a still-growing core of music fans. Eventually the album went on to become an underground classic, even as Mr. ChesnuTT himself, became increasingly removed from the music industry. But a full decade after Headphone Masterpiece, Cody has returned with his second full album, Landing on a Hundred. The album, which will be released in the U.S. Oct. 30, 2012, not only fully realizes the potential apparent on Cody's debut release, it's one of the better R&B/Soul albums of 2012. For more, click the link to check out the full review of Cody ChesnuTT's Landing on a Hundred.